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A Relative Trickle of water goes over the United States side of Niagara Falls yesterday after U.S. Army engineers breached the coffer dam which had held back the water last summer so a survey could be made of erosion. The dam is expected to be entirely removed by Thursday or Friday. While the falls was shut off all of the Niagara River's water was diverted to the Canadian Falls. Open in full size

A Relative Trickle of water goes over the United States side of Niagara Falls yesterday after U.S. Army engineers breached the coffer dam which had held back the water last summer so a survey could be made of erosion. The dam is expected to be entirely removed by Thursday or Friday. While the falls was shut off all of the Niagara River's water was diverted to the Canadian Falls.

Picture, 1969, English

A Relative Trickle of water goes over the United States side of Niagara Falls yesterday after U.S. Army engineers breached the coffer dam which had held back the water last summer so a survey could be made of erosion. The dam is expected to be entirely removed by Thursday or Friday. While the falls was shut off all of the Niagara River's water was diverted to the Canadian Falls.

Picture, 1969, English

Rights and Licenses

Toronto Star License

Provenance

From the Toronto Star Archives

File Location:

United States - New York - Niagara Falls - American Falls - Erosion Repair

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Baldwin Collection

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Toronto Star Photo Archive

Call Number / Accession Number

tspa_0118369f